Shaanti Holistic Health Retreat
Travel Blogs from Diani
... more about the last week in he village and the events that were had, our tearful goodbye, and the most ama zing beach I've ever been to (now that I am out of the village)
Lastly, it says my blog has over 1000 reads. That is crazy! Who are you people? I don't think that anyone reads what I write besides my family and a few friends who are bored at work. Wow...I hope if you've been following that you've enjoyed it :) This has been the craziest and best trip of my life. ...
... on. The person I was to speak to was out so was told to come back at 3pm. Went and had 2 cold tuskers – I was melting literally and the driver took me to the 'best bar’ in Kwali. I will say no more…. They tried to charge him Mzungu (white man’s price) for his chicken for lunch, and he put on a hell of a vocal turn, saying he was Kenyan (obviously) and the mzungu – me wasn’t eating, so he wasn’t paying mzungu price. ...
... assume flat battery, loose terminals or no water in the battery as she said it wouldn’t even turn over. No good asking any of the staff as they don’t have cars as does virtually anybody up here in the hills, so I tried it, and water in battery and terminals loose, so tried to tighten them and it worked. Having a husband who worked away certainly helped me when things went wrong – I had to work it out for myself or call RACQ. She ...
... hours, if we get to keep the fish. We settled, shook hands and parted company in the shallows.
I spent some time bodysurfing with the kids for a while, then sitting with Estela, who had spent an hour defending herself from the aggressive beach boys. I told them we are done buying, so they gave us that huge Kenya smile, shook my hand and wandered away. It’s hard not to like them, I can tell you that.
Estela asked the girls how they wanted to go home, by ...
... front desk, asked them how much a room would be, highly considering staying there for the night. They told us it would be $340 for the cheapest room, so immediately we laughed and asked for a cab to take us back to the Terminal. haha.
The next morning, we grabbed breakfast, headed to the Masai Market, to Nakumat and then back home. We spent a while in Nakumat (like a Wal-Mart), searching the aisles for Parmasean cheese. After the Italian restaurant, where the ...
How has this spa rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking